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Sears Lifetime Wheel Alignment for $169 after $20 off (for some there's a targeted $30 off coupon in email)

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Hi Folks, First deal posting.

I got an email from Sears Auto with a $30 Off coupon on Lifetime Alignment - Reg Price $189.99
When I went online, saw this $20 Off coupon available public at:

http://www.searsauto.com/offers/2...-alignment
http://www.searsauto.com/offers/2...-alignment

It clearly mentions, there's no mileage restriction as long as you own the Vehicle

I have never done alignment at Sears, can anybody help share the merits of Sears Alignment?

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And here comes a slew of comments "Sears is going to close out soon, don't buy!"
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And here comes a slew of comments "Sears is going to close out soon, don't buy!"
Actually my first thought was "I wouldnt let Sears touch my cars with a 10 meter long pole"
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And here comes a slew of comments "Sears is going to close out soon, don't buy!"
it is a reasonable statement. Sears has been declining for years. their stock is very low and they plan to close 100 stores this year.
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Actually my first thought was "I wouldnt let Sears touch my cars with a 10 meter long pole"
Neither would I, I don't let any shops that are a chain touch my vehicles. Only the dealership (which I still barely trust) or a trusted and reputable mechanic.
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Is anyone else having issue with sears site - i load my cart and then it makes me login to checkout and it just hangs never lets me go through the checkout process.
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And here comes a slew of comments "Sears is going to close out soon, don't buy!"
That's what I thought.

I have lifetime wheel alignment from firestone. I paid, I think $160 couple years ago. I went in so far 7 times so it is already paid off compare to paying everytime. I get it checked after tire rotation which is at 7500miles at Costco.
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I had an alignment done at sears and they did just fine. Let's face reality here it doesn't take a rocket scientist to follow the on screen lights and turn the tie rods or sleeves till it's all green.

HOWEVER, I looked at the lifetime alignment and was told one of the stipulations is they must do all front end work or it's void. If that is true and I'm not sure it is it's a deal breaker for me.
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I had an alignment done at sears and they did just fine. Let's face reality here it doesn't take a rocket scientist to follow the on screen lights and turn the tie rods or sleeves till it's all green.

HOWEVER, I looked at the lifetime alignment and was told one of the stipulations is they must do all front end work or it's void. If that is true and I'm not sure it is it's a deal breaker for me.
It also doesnt take a rocket scientist to remove and reinstall an oil filter, yet I watched a reputable Honda dealer force the wrong filter onto my sister in laws brand new Civic.

Then I got to watch said Honda dealer flatbed the car back to the dealership and extend the bumper to bumper warranty until kingdom come because they said the engine was OK (and it was, but it was nice watching them squirm)
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That's what I thought.

I have lifetime wheel alignment from firestone. I paid, I think $160 couple years ago. I went in so far 7 times so it is already paid off compare to paying everytime. I get it checked after tire rotation which is at 7500miles at Costco.
I have the same thing on my pilot from firestone. This is not a special deal.
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And here comes a slew of comments "Sears is going to close out soon, don't buy!"
Your lifetime or theirs? Sears is a real estate holding company now, not a retailer.
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It also doesnt take a rocket scientist to remove and reinstall an oil filter, yet I watched a reputable Honda dealer force the wrong filter onto my sister in laws brand new Civic.

Then I got to watch said Honda dealer flatbed the car back to the dealership and extend the bumper to bumper warranty until kingdom come because they said the engine was OK (and it was, but it was nice watching them squirm)
And people wonder why I still do my own work.
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Your lifetime or theirs? Sears is a real estate holding company now, not a retailer.
Theyre still a retailer...
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Neither would I, I don't let any shops that are a chain touch my vehicles. Only the dealership (which I still barely trust) or a trusted and reputable mechanic.
what about just replacing tires?
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